Askable Adult Campaign Workshop

Monday, 16 November 2020


Part I November 16th, 2-3:30pm EST

Part II November 17th, 2-3:30pm EST

This interactive Zoom workshop is designed for adults who are interested in becoming more "askable" and supportive for the children and youth in their lives. Being an askable adult means you are approachable and easy for children and youth to talk to about anything that's on their mind.


In a Vermont Network survey of 584 Vermont youth, the majority of young people said that the number one solution to coping with the various anxieties in their lives would be having access to more supportive and "askable" adults.


Register here for both sessions. Shortly after registering, you will receive a confirmation email and training materials.

Deadline for registration is November 10th. Please register early as space is limited. Participants must attend both sessions.

Learn more about the Askable Adults campaign here.

Questions please contact Amy Torchia at

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